A writer first and foremost. Interested in documenting people's lives and sparking a conversation using words.

#Review | How To Make It Pop: Red Bull Culture Clash [In Pictures]

Red Bull Culture clash delivered the niceties on Saturday night in what turned into a lesson in how to package South African pop culture for a fickle audience.

#Featured | Fashion Film On Subcultures Is The Official Selection At Fashion Film Festival Milano

SUBS is a series on subcultures filmed and edited by myself, and produced by Tshego Mosiane of ReconnectED, a plaftform dedicated to casting a critical eye on issues that emerge … Continue reading #Featured | Fashion Film On Subcultures Is The Official Selection At Fashion Film Festival Milano

#Review | Rouge’s Live Show’s So Dope, It Eclipses Her Sick Raps

Rouge’s live rap show’s so dope, it threatens to eclipse her ill raps. When on the mic she’s in control, focused, with the promise to get progressively better, from one … Continue reading #Review | Rouge’s Live Show’s So Dope, It Eclipses Her Sick Raps

Skin Lightening: 5 Women Share Their Experiences In Forthcoming Documentary Film

A Gentle Magic is a forthcoming, feature-length documentary film which explores the resurgence of skin-lightening products in South Africa, and uses that as an in-road to the country’s changing social … Continue reading Skin Lightening: 5 Women Share Their Experiences In Forthcoming Documentary Film

#PhotoEssay | Back When Gqom Was A Dirty Word, And Now…

One of the biggest songs on South African radio in 2016 was Babes Wodumo’s “Wololo”. Deejays previously associated with mainstream ‘house’ music have been riding the wave since, with Euphonik’s … Continue reading #PhotoEssay | Back When Gqom Was A Dirty Word, And Now…

#Photoessay | Jozi’s Live Music Scene: Faces + Spaces [2013 – 2017]

I started to follow the black band scene closely once I got to Jozi 5 years ago. I would get asked by people then — and it still happens today … Continue reading #Photoessay | Jozi’s Live Music Scene: Faces + Spaces [2013 – 2017]